Are you new to website architecture but not sure where to start? This article provides useful some tips.
Information architecture (IA) is the system and structure you use to organize and label content on your website, app or product.
Before you change up your IA, how do you figure out whether the new navigation is any better than the existing one?
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Let’s take a look at a long-standing UX argument, search versus navigation, through the fresh perspective of 2019, and then dive into possible improvements.
In this article, we take a look at what labeling is and why it’s important, go over some examples and show you how you can improve the labels on your website.
We’ve compiled an extensive directory where you can find authoritative content from information architects all over the world.
Often overlooked, nailing your choreography is essential to the delivery of a seamless user experience.
In an IA context, ontology refers to the meaning behind our labels, terms, language and content categories.
It’s time to take a look at the Library of Congress Classification (LCC) system.
Let’s take a look at the next 5 common IA traps we’ve all fallen into, how they happen and how to avoid them.
Let’s take a look at 5 common IA traps we’ve all fallen into, how they happen and how to avoid them.
We run through how to develop a taxonomy for an information architecture.
Here are some thoughts on developing intranet information architectures using the Top Tasks methodology.